WAC Lighting to Launch Flexible LED Sheets Called Pixels for Architectural or Decorative Illumination

WAC Lighting to introduce Pixels flexible LED sheets

WAC Lighting of Chicago, Illinois, will launch flexible sheets with evenly spaced LEDs for architectural lighting. The LED sheets are apply called Pixels. The company will showcase Pixels along with other LED lighting products at Lightfair International 2018. The company contends that Pixels is unlike anything else on the market. WAC Lighting says that the device’s unique circuitry makes it easily specifiable, scalable and modifiable in the field.

The sheets can reportedly illuminate virtually any surface. The flexible, paper-thin, modular, and scalable product can backlight architectural features and signage or can be applied to stone, acrylic, glass, mica and other fine materials and other surfaces in any shape or size.

The LED sheets allow customized architectural lighting solutions with flexible, modular 12″ x 24″ LED sheets. Its lightweight, ultra-thin 1/8″ profile, which is space on 1-inch center, easily mounts to curved or flat surfaces by tacking, stapling or using 3M adhesive on the back.

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Pixels Features Push-in Connectors Every 6″

Push-in connectors are positioned every 6″ to provide power on either side, and the company points out that users can create unusual shapes or avoid obstacles by cutting along the dotted lines in the field. WAC Lighting claims that Pixels is the future of fixture-free lighting.

The luminaires feature 0-10V dimming while delivering quality white light with a 90 CRI. The sheets can provide even illumination of translucent surfaces from as close as 1½ inches behind. Color temperatures of 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K and 5000K are available. Pixels emits up to 1,000 lumens per square foot.